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Sojourner Truth

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Born in 1797, Sojourner Truth was a civil rights activist. She was born to slaves, and sold along with a flock of sheep for $100 before she had even reached her teens. After gaining her freedom, she wrote several books on civil rights and also became an orator, delivering such famous speeches as "Ain't I a Woman."
enlightened Americans about the evils of slavery.
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She is a woman who was a preacher, author, and abolitionist to help others.
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When sold the second time she was badly beatin because of micommunication problems. This was because she only spoke Dutch but had to learn English
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she fought for freedom from slavery and for women's rights. :)
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Sojourner Truth was a preacher, abolitionist, and a worker in the underground railroad. She was a great woman speaker and was always a determined worker.
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The narrative of Sojourner Truth takes place before the Civil War.
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Sojourner Truth was a famous Black American who helped the slaves in the 1850-1890s to escspe the harsh white people in the cotton peoplees
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Sojourner Truth was hoping to end slavery. She prayed and normally attracted large groups. Sojourner truth was born into slavery. 2011 answer, thanks.
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She was female
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On June 1, 1843, she changed her name to 'Sojourner [Traveler} Truth' and told friends, "The Spirit calls me [East], and I must go. ...the Lord gave me Truth, because I was to declare the truth to the people."
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she was slave who then gave famous speeches that people listened to
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As a child, Sojourner Truth has been sold to different masters for several increasing purchases. she has went through some struggles and sufferings of the beatings that were given by the masters.At the age of 9 she was sold and taken away from her parents she didnt speak any English and when she spo…
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because of her speech
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Sojourner truth was a slave. She was famous because she made a speech called 'Ain't I A women?' and helped free black slaves all over America. When the slaves she took with her complained, she held a gun to their head until they stopped (which was immediately).
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because she didn;t whant people to know her old name 
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Sojourner Truth was born on 11-2-1797.
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Sojourner Truth was a an abolitionist and women's rights activist in The United States of America, born Isabella Baumfree in about 1797. She delivered a speech at the Women's Convention in Akron, Ohio on May 29 1851. The gist of the speech was a plea for similar treatment for African-American wome…
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She had five children with her slave husband Thomas: Diana, Elizabeth, Hannah, Peter and Sophia. Correction she had four children the fifth child died shortly after being born. So Diana, Elizabeth , Peter and Sophia.
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Sojourner Truth joined the community for Womes Rights.
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Sojourner Truth is famous for taking off her blouse and showing her breasts to an audience because a man interrupted and said she isn't a woman and saying, "Ain't I a Woman?" and for being a civil rights activist. She is a woman suffragist who gave her famous "Ain't I a Woman" speech at the Seneca …
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Sojourner Truth was part of the involvement of civil rights.
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she escaped before dawn and before that she went to Abraham Lincoln to ask if all slavey could be ended .
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just because
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yes she has 4 Diana peterSophiaHannah
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she has 4 children and was married to thomas.....
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Sojourner Truth was married to a slave named Thomas(who had two previous wives). While they where married they had five children. Sophia, Diana, Peter, Elizabeth, and James(who died during infancy).
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No in her lifetime Sojourner Truth did not win any awards. Since her death she has been honored for her work as an abolitionist. She currently has a statute at the US Capitol.
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she was very tall, and was about six feet tall
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She not "free" black slaves. She escaped slavery, took a white man to court over custody of her son, won the case and went on from there to be an advocate for the African Americans. She was an icon and a role model,a politician.
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Sojourner Truth was a slave and had no education. At that time African Americans were slaves and spent most of their lives working in homes.
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dont try to act like what you're not if u dont talk with big words...dont use big words include dialogue show emtions hope i helped!
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many people did not know
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she died November 26, 1883.
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November 26, 1883
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Sojourner Truth was born a slave, had many of her children sold into slavery, and had to fight to get one son who was illegally sold back. She managed to escape slavery, but suffered much more injustice as a black person and as a woman living in the 1800s. As an activist who publicly fought against …
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she helped slaves escape from their masters
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well i have also been wondering this sojouner says in her famous speech "ain't i woman" that " she has born 13 children" but in many other websites it syas she had five children. she had one child from her first love whom she was forbidden to see than her master made her marry some other guy with h…
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she escaped before the day dawned.
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Isabella Baumfree
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The Narrative of Sojourner Truth was written by Olive Gilbert.
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Sojourner Truth had 11 brothers and sisters.
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she was know for tHE SAYING OF..."ANIT I A WOMEN"...
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She did not "free" African Americans. She simply stood up against the inequalities, gave speeches on the subject, wrote books and attempted to obtain land grants for African Americans after the civil war. [She had help recruite African Americans into the civil war.]
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At least 3 times. See Related Link for more information.
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Sojourner Truth helped to end slavery by becoming an abolitionist. She gave many speeches around the country discussing her experiences as a slave.
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it is unknown. she was born in the year 1797 no actual day was found.
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i dont know i all know is that she is black and if you want to know look on google click on image
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she worked as a slave for the dumonts
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Sojourner truth was strong and healthy as a bull.
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Sojourner Truth was a black slave who fought for human rights and she was an abolutionist speaker and lecturer for all human rights both black and white.
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Sojourner Truth was born Ulster County, NewYork in 1797-1883
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D. it provided more slaves for her owner what kind of sick twisted mother has kids so they can be slaves
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She was born in 1797, and died in 1883 at the age of 86. If she were still alive, she would be 216 years old.
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She believed that slaves should be set free, also non-violent actions.
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Sojourner Truth was another powerful supporter of both abolition and women's rights. She had been born into slavery in about 1797. Her birth name was Isabella Baumfree. She took the name Sojourner Truth because she felt that her mission was to be a sojourner, or traveler, and spread the truth. Thoug…
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Sojourner Truth was born into slavery and did not get out until over 30 years later. She was a black American freedom fighter. She is remembered for her struggle for freedom and her dedication to women and their rights. She was a suffragist who gave her famous "Ain't I a Woman" speech at the Seneca …
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she died on November 26 in 1883 and at battle creek on her college street.
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When she grew up she lived in Northamptom I don't really know where she lived when she was little.
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Sojourner Truth was famous for preaching the bible and singing.Sojourner Truth became famous because she freed slaves.
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D. it provided more slaves for her owner
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sojourner truth got married in 1865
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she change the world because she helped women get rights
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an African-American abolitionist and women's rights activist
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yes
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how many slaves did sojourner truth save
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She recruited black troops for the Union army during the Civil War.
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Nothing but the love and respect we fellow Americans contribute to her.
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yes she had five children their names were Hannah Sophia Peter Diana and Elizabeth
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she was an abolitionist in a slave society, a black among whites and a women in a reform that is dominated by men.
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As a child she lived in Bejjing. When she grew up she came to the states and stopped slavory.
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Sojourner truth was born in 1797,Ulster county,N.Y.,U.S.-died Nov,26,1883,Battle,Greek,Mich.In 1827,she found refuge with Issac Van Wagerer ,who set her free.About 1829 she went to New York City with her two youngest children ,supporting herself through domestic employment.In 1843 she left New York …
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Johannes Hardenburgh
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sojourner truth liked freeing slaves because it helped slaves be free and not have to work for people at all times
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um i think she was born in Georgia
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Many people do not know
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She did not attend any school or she didn't attend any collage. She didn't have an education at all. She was put right into slavery when she was born.
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Well not only was Truth a women but she was an African American women who stood up for the rites of women and blacks around the u.s . if it were'nt for truth there may have been still slavery and no women's rights.
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i dont know but i need to for my report that is due monday!!
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she was the first black woman to win a case in court against a white man which helped the USA
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She was born in 1797
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Sojourner Truth died from ulcers on her legs
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he shot blacks
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sojouner truth affect our lives by being such a great person!
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I dont know so go to a different web site to check it out sorry.......
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Sojourner Truth is a hardworking, brave, strong and determined woman.
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she impacts our lives today because she sacraficed many things to help us get here today and she fought so that blacks would have the freedom they have today. And that she participated on helping the slaves to go to the south
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she was a slaveshe couldnt read or writeshe was black and a womanthose are just a couple of things there is alot more.
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she escapeed slavery and wrote uncle tom's cabin why ya asking me i don't know if I'm right
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her favorite memorie was when she meet abea linchon
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no you shpuld answer it.
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yes,that was her real name
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James and Elizebeth Baumfree
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